13 Burst results for "Richard James Brown"

"richard james brown" Discussed on Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

07:49 min | 4 months ago

"richard james brown" Discussed on Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

"I'm trying to you know just a casual conversation with the biggest director in the world. I think our pal. James karen was in that episode gil always. Yeah he was. He was a guest here and he was terrific. James karen if the director yeah he was what about malcolm mcdowell who we had here a couple of months ago and you. You have a nice couple of moments with him in halloween to yet that was that was a last minute thing rob. Zombie called up like a couple of days. Before the shoot and via chris hardwick who kind of the whole thing had to out with lanta and do a cameo shot and rob zombie halloween to where. It's basically a random late night talk show guest appearance. Or i'm on as myself with malcolm mcdowell. Who was playing doctor. Loomis from the halloween series. And i'm supposed to be like the obnoxious version of myself and malcolm was great again. That's one of those things. Where like i can't believe. Mike acting with malcolm mcdowell. And when we're not shooting. I mean it just a very nice guy. Just remember when people come up to him and reference like clockwork orange. His eyes would glaze over. You can and in fact my favorite thing. I got a picture of myself. And rob zombie and malcolm mcdowell and we we you know i was on one side and zombies on the other and i captioned it malcolm in the middle so that was my favorite from today. He's nbc work. What what. I remember about malcolm mcdowell on this podcast was. He told us we did a long interview. He told us now he has to go out to dinner. He has And to close the show he's talking about working on collegue yellow with john gielgud and he and gill are looking at the screen of something that filming and they're both going is that on the screen and they realized it was helen. Mirren says all gilbert. This is a family. Show have captions looking at coming couple of anything. As long as long as we're talking about surreal experiences and i found two of these more surreal experience. You get to decide making the gump video with ruth. Buzzy and pat boone. My goodness yeah. Or being on wheel of fortune with little. Richard and james brown bad hard choice hard choice. I think we lafortune was a bit more. I mean because. I don't know that i would have done celebrity wheel of fortune and back in fact my manager had called me up and said hey you got this. Offered a flight orlando do wheel of fortune. And it's like. I don't know i mean it sounds a little cheesy any so well your your other. Contestants are little richard james brown. I said i am on the next plane there and it was just as weird realistic as you would have thought. And then ruth buzzy and pat. Boone i mean oh my goodness both-both and ruth buzzy like you know eric england and at point. She was nearly age appropriate which is so she was. She was there with that giant purse. That and then pat boone. Just making him do again. Like it's like the robert goulet thing is just a straight laced guy crazy stuff. I had him like just gobbling an tiger box of chocolates cramming it into mouth. Sure avenue and i'll i'll tell you one quick pat boone story. I i want to see pat boone. Perform i forget what it was exactly. I think might have some kind of charity thing. But it was at the at the disney hall the gary building in downtown. La raw and pat. Boone came up to to do some kind of song and sitting at good an eighth row. And he's singing the song he gets like into the like halfway into the second verse and he he locks eyes with me in the audience. He looks at me. And i'm looking at him and he completely blanks out. He has brain just went empty and he literally had to start over the over again because totally through this concentration. I love it. Chris bligh tells us gilbert here that in this episode of miss stardust directed by your old friend. Toby hooper gilbert one. Alice talking about replayed the cabbage man also started ricker. Our friend rick overton. Who did this show love. rain newman. Who did this show james. Karen dick shawn and jack carter now. Lorraine newman to she was in that. Yeah yeah she's lovely. she's great here's a question from a fan in the uk. Jonathan sloman since we now know. Gilbert is a fan of the ruttles. I didn't know that. What is als- opinion of neil. Ns and his parody work. And did they ever meet. Yeah i love the reynolds. I love deal. I saw neil perform live. Once at mccabe's guitar shop in santa monica california i went with emo philips and we hung out with a meal very shortly afterwards and always a huge fan of his stuff. I and he was a christmas card list for you know up until he passed and and yeah always a big fan very cool guy somebody that we should have had on here. Yeah he he. I remember on the ruttles. He just captured like the feeling of beatles songs. that was very interesting. So that was. That's why i've never done like a beatles pastiche because if the rentals did it so well like how are you going to compete with that. Neil just had it down like entire album of pitch perfect beatles berties somebody we talk about. We said before when we started shel silverstein. Who you what ran into randomly somewhere when you were doing. Is this true that you tried to get him on your saturday morning series and yeah you know again one of my all time heroes and had is frequently the ball on all albums major huge influence and and i wanted to get him on my ill-fated saturday morning show from in the late nineties on cbs. And one gilbert sunk by being right. I was on the one where where they finally decided. Let's take this. Yeah we've had enough. He's he's already had gilbert godfrey your wearing wingtips. I saw that episode on. I don't know why you're wearing wingtip shoes. But i remember doing that show because you were like you explaining to children. The audience about having an imaginary friend and i was playing. Her imaginary sometimes are quiet. I can actually hear my friend talking to me. Oh gilbert i absolutely nothing wrong with having an imaginary friend in fact i.

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"richard james brown" Discussed on ROADIUM RADIO

ROADIUM RADIO

06:44 min | 1 year ago

"richard james brown" Discussed on ROADIUM RADIO

"Was A forty-five because you'll be obviously the big records that he used to play on seventy eight speed. and. He had also the forty fives and was asking me. Discount You keep them in play it, and of course it was the monster mash. Sure okay, and I tell them. I used to like US air, but he was the first guy that introduced me to record, and I ask them you know. Can you show me how to put the needle on the record nickel? Well now you know. But. You know but anyway. We're talking about music. Have you seen any at all dope of off will? Documentaries pertained to music. Hall Yours of course there's our dope as hell. juiced. Lately As far as music like to be honest. No like I don't really have time Oakland Watch. TV Too much run. I tried to make time is simply because. A as kind of like my escape, you know what I'm saying, but let me recommend two of them that she on Netflix flicks, and I wasn't a big net flicks God, but. I like these two. One of them is the story of Robert Johnson. And if Mississippi. Story or say legend has it that he sold his soul to the devil. Now I say watched night. Did that one okay I? Watched like a little like I? WanNa say maybe the first twenty minutes I ended up falling asleep forgotten to in the morning, but I do yeah, Somebody recommended it to me. 'cause the blues. He just looked. The fucking Blues, I remember. And let me tell you something interesting about him is that? A lot of kids let's early that I. Believe in all that you know what I mean like that deep saw that shit through. Shit Real. Punishable? Even Mexican families in Mexico the story. You know and one time. My Dad described him and he was describing me. How would like duck like here's? They got their guy sounded like me. You know so but. Robert Johnson was the first twenty seven year old musician that died at the age of twenty seven I bring that up. Because after that it was Jimi Hendrix, Janice Joplin Jim Morrison Nirvana no real. Estate Way to Nirvana. What's your name? Yeah. All twenty seven or Twenty seven years old, so and I think there was one more guy dinky was one of the Beatles, but he passed away because we tend to think of. Their Homey was telling us this whole conspiracy theory like broke. My heart about all public art needs opposing yeah. It's twenty seven. So a lot of modern metaphor can do you never know? Yeah, no, no I. You know I, believe it I. I don't I will never discredit that music. It has the. House has a way of taking over your soul. You know what I mean. That's what the? True is an. That guy, there's only two pitchers in existence of him only two pictures. And a Lotta Rock legends credit him obviously not only for the blues, but also for possibly Depan Dacian for rock music. To come him. that. Crazy I'll tell to a good movie. If you have not seen it that I liked. It has nothing to do pretty much. SOUL WAR AS A. He rhapsody. When we have to clean, not was that was. One to watch it, and there was one more that I wanted to bring up. Oh if you haven't seen it, my friend, greedy Greg I want to give him the credit. He put me onto this series It's an on demand on direct TV. I didn't even know that I have on demand, but I have every fucking channel directly this. Have you seen. American soul. Okay, it's the story of Don Cornelius and soldiering. Is Really fucking good? I'm hooked I already finished a bird season in one day. You know it's like ten ten episodes, and once again so amount of the next one. Of course it got people on Plane Little Richard. James Brown Gladys Knight you know all the legends? And it just took me back to a time where I taught music was. Real passionate! And I think that's one of the word that describes so music. And US US people up. Chicanos me gunnels. We're very passionate people. Yeah, and that's why I think we can relate Elysee say even like 'cause I listened to it all you know correal's like just growing up like my mom ideas like. Just, you know what I mean that her voice i. don't I love her voice, her voice, just one of a kind. But yeah like I we don't you know I'm you grew up on that like you? You feel that you you. It's not like that anymore. I mean I honestly I can't say I. Don't listen to too many Spanish radio stations now, but just you know I don't know if it's because that's what I grew up on or whatever, but you know. It's soulful people I. Just if you could up the chicken I think you'll enjoy. and. Again, it just Kinda shows you how he ended up putting a whole sultry and. We thought. I thought that people. Dying to be on his show. Wasn't like that it was about this. He was, and he couldn't get the people that he wanted to. Then he had the radio station or TV station. Your numbers are low. These act suck need to get the headliners. In Sense. I was able to relate because podcasting, not knowing that. I was GONNA go longer than I anticipated. Took I think the hardest part about podcast and just booking artists is booking order perkins corona mutual. They want to beg them and I. Don't do that show over sir, but is whatever so anyway enough about me. We're GONNA chance American soul okay canceled got it. So would you grow up I grew up. I was born in San Gabriel. Yeah thank you. April grew up when the moved to. You know my brothers were trouble. My cousins or trouble so is. My Mom and Dad you know my dad was my, so we ended up moving to a Fontana like as a teenager and Bloomington, actually and then. Yeah, but I mean I went. There was only thirty five minutes away forty. You know made it thirty five now, so yeah, yeah, just you know. We always kept that..

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"richard james brown" Discussed on The Takeaway

The Takeaway

08:49 min | 1 year ago

"richard james brown" Discussed on The Takeaway

"Of the state homeowners to create to make to make meals for Some of the local homeless shelters. If had they had a range restaurants just made in that and are sort of creating meals that can then be passed out in safe manner to To folks who are using the shelters some of these done similar things now are their projections. For how many more Americans could become homeless as a result of this pandemic? I have not seen any projections on how many people are likely to become homeless. I would say I that because of the additional resources federal resources. At least we do have a chance. I think if we're stiff we're strategic to move a lot of people who are currently homeless into housing. But I have a lot of fears about what's going to happen as the country opens up again. Many people now are living under rent forbearance programs. They don't have to pay the rent at the moment but when all of this ends they're going to still owed. These are many of the same people who haven't been able to work er only worked sporadically. They're not GONNA have three months worth of back rent they don't have assets or they would have been paying the rent already. We also have a lot of eviction moratoriums around the country and in certain kinds of housing that prevent people who can't pay their rent from being victim but those will also go away and so I think we're going to have a lot of people who owe rent and Able to be a victim and I'm concerned that we need to plan better about what's GonNa Happen to them. We the alliance and many other groups have come together to request a hundred billion dollars in the next stimulus bill for rental assistance in great part to prevent replacing the existing group of Homeless People. With just a new group that comes out of this pandemic and as we're seeing different cities reacting to the needs of unsheltered people during this pandemic. Do you believe that any of these temporary solutions give way to long term solutions? Yes I do think so and I think we have resources to move in that direction and I think a lot of jurisdictions California the District of Columbia where I live just took some steps to improve the situation allowing or requiring that landlords give people time to set up a payment plan for their rent rear ages. I think it's possible that we could come out of this better Nan. Roman is president and CEO of the National Alliance to end homelessness. And Jared Bray is a freelance reporter in Philadelphia and housing correspondent for next city. Thank you both very much for being here. Thank you so much. Thank you while bobbling. Mom bound bounty the music. Industry was dealt a serious blow this weekend. The loss of three icons little Richard Born. Richard Penman died of bone cancer on Saturday. At the age of eighty seven the self described King and Queen of rock and roll little. Richard had a larger than life persona and musical chops to match with hits like Tutti frutti slipping and sliding and good. Golly Miss Molly. He embodied rock and roll and inspired future music. Legends like the Beatles David Bowie Jimi Hendrix prints and Bob Dylan. He was unapologetic about who he was on. Stage of black queer man and he was vocal about the outsize impact. He had on an industry that never gave him the credit he deserved to other giants in music also died this weekend. From Non Corona Virus Related Causes Famed Moving Executive Andre Hurrell and legendary soul singer Betty Wright who were fifty nine and sixty six years old respectively all in all an incredibly tough weekend for some legendary black performers who influenced most of the music. You here today in some way here to discuss the legacy of these three music. Legends is Hanif of Dura keyed a poet essayist and cultural critic from Columbus Ohio and the author of several books including go ahead in the rain notes to a tribe called quest. So glad to have you here with us like you asked me. I appreciate it. Let's start with little Richard. What made him stand out as a performer? As an artist. Well I think that if you are lucky enough if you have the time to watch his ultra funded says I would say from about the mid fifties too when he kind of revived his career in the mid to late sixties? Uc someone who understood the controlled? Add over audience. He was I think in elite level performer Also just kind of plainly. Music was also good as is hooked for catching. This songs were always building towards some kind of rapturous swelling that could really capture the ear inn. Hearts of many. He was a great writer and get incredible voice and I think between him Bait they kind of ushered in an era of rock and roll. That is a blueprint for what we know. Now we're his onstage and offstage personas the same not particularly and I think that also that question also depends on the season of life. That will which was in. I mean I think that and of course I'm speaking of somebody did not know him at all but you read stories about how he was sometimes. Earn the men's sometimes. Aslam as he was on stage but I think that he seemed to come. Alive is mostly and there was an audience. So I do think that I I the more people that were around to kind of watch him or be a party to his personality being more tuned into it. Who are some of the artists that we might not know about today? Had it not been for Little Richard James Brown and Jimi Hendrix the Beatles? All these people who started with him Hendrix Guitar player for So there are artists who I think. The thing that I hope doesn't not get Boston discussing of little. Richard's like he was that he was so kind and generous to artists. Who were coming up a bit after him and I think one thing that hurt him. A great deal was that some of those artists after they surpassed in popularity perhaps did not share that same generously him the notorious interview from the ninety s and early stone. I think maybe nineteen ninety-three after Paul McCartney Gotten some lifetime achievement award in in little. Richard was genuinely hurt. That McCartney in thank him. He thanked all these other originators. And all these other people help the Beatles and little Richard had helped him to be else in wasn't thanked us. I think that there's some it's always seemed to me like there was some sadness there for someone who was very generous to a generation of artists who came in after him. When he didn't have to be at the point he would offer up. Gigs and offer slaps I think this is because of how Richard came up on me. One of those first performances consist arose at Tharp. Let him open for her and then pay the money which inspired him to to keep pursuing performance. So I think he paid that forward with generation of artists and was not always properly banked for that. What role did his race and his sexuality play? In the way that little Richard was or was not recognized his race. I could speak most clearly does race. I'm anti removal of black musicians from the history of American music is Extends far beyond little Richard died at a he is one of the most prominent cases of that. I think that he spent in a long amount of his career and his life. Kind of shouting at the powers-that-be attempting to remind them of what he accomplished. And I don't think he'd have to do that if you were white. I don't think you have to do that if he were say. Elvis but I think the idea that the public was quote unquote not ready for an artist. Like Richard to be at the height of rock and roller therapy or big outdoor or any of these people who were setting to the height of musically think. We're pushing forward. The sound and style of early era of rock and roll blues of Even Country Music. I think race played a role in in them being removed from.

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"richard james brown" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

02:11 min | 1 year ago

"richard james brown" Discussed on WGN Radio

"To men I'm Martha and the Vandellas never had number one the group's smash singles heat wave dance in the street no where to run are so familiar today they seem like they were all number ones yet despite their evergreen popularity the number one spot always included the act heat wave peaked at number four know what around stuff that number eight dance in the streets alternate number two for two weeks stuck behind Manfred Mann's do wah Diddy Diddy from stripes do dead N. N. N. dating you do Chaka Khan Chaka Khan collected for top ten songs including a pair of number three peaking tracks tell me something good and I feel for you and yet to make it to number one both singles were three weeks locked it number three peaks well I thought I thought for sure I feel for you was a number one hit that song was everywhere it's a great song and you know who wrote it prince there you go seven seven three area code says the number one's fats domino Little Richard James Brown my Ding a ling is Chuck berry's only number one hit so no number one for fats domino Little Richard James Brown and have you ever heard my dangling I have yeah can you believe you know the godfather of rock and roll but that's his only number one single like this stupid like forget it it's all in it was recorded live take a novelty song double entendre novelty song and that was the number one hit for check they're not that I don't like it because I do I like my I like the song a lot David Krystle lake said jump did make it to number one thanks for an interesting topic yeah we did we we did a little research on that make it the number one of course it did that song was ridiculously popular and for years I was on Tom you knew this for years the cubs came out onto the field to that song in these to come out to the field.

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"richard james brown" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

02:17 min | 2 years ago

"richard james brown" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"Actually last year. I had a killer new record with the greatest rhythm and blues rock n roll animal fan in the history of the world. Jason heartless on drums, Twenty-three-year-old monster maniac on drums to Detroit, and great Smith. The greatest bass player any Qatar player could ever dream to collaborate with unbe luckiest guitar player in the world. But the name of the records, the music made me do it because data about sixty five years ago. The music made me do it. And in nineteen the music suite we love this music. We are very deadly. Little Richard James Brown Wilson Pickett we love this stuff. So I go out every summer in between harvesting back straps for the masses. Doing God's work here. It's important that I cleanse, my soul in charge my batteries with Gibson guitars, and people that love real soul music, God bless America. I that. Pat. Mentioned in some of the musicians that you were with. And you always are able to find like some of the best people, and obviously, you know, you increase their, the recognition that, that these people get, and I get so mad because they had the rock and Roll Hall of fame, which I don't watch because John winters, so political and I get so mad every time it comes up every now and then they'll get an inductive, right? But I keep thinking I never will never understand why you have already been in there and why some of the other artists that are nominated to go in and get inducted why they are inducted before you just kind of blows my mind, because you have really honed up particular style of, of guitar sound, and especially now with rock isn't isn't perceived the same anymore. I think by the masses, don't you don't you kind of get that, too. And I was looking at some of the people who were inducted into the rock and Roll Hall of fame. And I'm like, how was that rock? You know, I think I think you do get. It's just that we throw her brow squint. Radiantly when we see political correctness and dishonesty, and fake news. And I think it's important, the rock and roll of famous, so many of the believably gifted artists are in there, and they should be starting with the founding fathers. How? Waters and leave ochre going, right shoot. Cook very Little Richard Jerry Lee Lewis. My god. Those are the foundation of the greatest most emotional state of music in the world. And I, I'm right there with them. But we all know why I've not in the rock and Roll Hall of fame number one. 'cause I've been on the board of directors association for twenty five years, and I've never.

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"richard james brown" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

02:01 min | 2 years ago

"richard james brown" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"Tour actually last year. I had a killer new record with the greatest rhythm and blues rock and roll animal fat in the history of the world, Jason heartless, I've drums Twenty-three-year-old monster maniac on drums from Detroit and Greg Smith the greatest bass player any guitar player could ever dream to collaborate with. I'm I'm the luckiest guitar player in the world. But the name of the record is the music made me do it because data about sixty five years ago. The music made me do it. And in twenty nineteen the music, suite, we love this music. We are very deadly Little Richard James Brown. Wilson pickett. We love this stuff. So I go out every summer in between harvesting back straps for the masses doing God's work here. It's important that I cleanse my soul in charge. My batteries with Gibson guitars, and people that love real soul music. God bless America. I bet you were you were mentioning some they musicians that you were with and you always are able to find like some of the best people. And obviously, you know, you increase. They're the recognition that that these people get and I get so mad because they had the rock and Roll Hall of fame, which I don't watch because John Winter so political and I get so mad every time it comes up every now and then they'll get an inductive. Right. But I keep thinking I never will never understand why you have already been in there. And why some of the other artists that are nominated to go in and get inducted why they are inducted before you just kind of blows my mind because you have really honed particular style of of guitar sound, and especially now with rock isn't isn't perceived the same anymore. I think by the masses, don't you don't you kind of get that too. And I was looking at some of the people who are inducted in the rock and Roll Hall of fame. And I'm like how was that rock? You know, I think I think you do get it's just that we throw her brow squint radiantly when we see political correctness and dishonesty and fake news. And I think it's important. There is a rock and roll of famous so many of the unbelievably gifted artists are in there, and they should be starting with the founding fathers. How wolves in the muddy waters. Leave. Okay, going right to bury Dylan Little, Richard Jerry Lee Lewis, Mike,.

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"richard james brown" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

02:14 min | 2 years ago

"richard james brown" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Actually last year. I had a killer new record with the greatest rhythm blues. Rock and roll animal bad in the history of the world, Jason heartless, I'm drums twenty three year old monster maniac on drums from Detroit and Greg Smith the greatest bass player any Qatar player could ever dream to collaborate with. I I'm the luckiest guitar player in the world. But the name of the record is the music made me do it because data about sixty five years ago. The music made me do it in twenty nine teen the music, suite. We love this music. We are very deadly Little Richard James Brown Wilson, big of we love this stuff. So I go out every summer between harvesting back straps for the guy doing God's work here. It's important that I cleanse my soul charge. My batteries with Gibson guitars, and people that love real soul music. God bless America. I got that. You were you were mentioning some of the musicians that you were with and you always are able to find like some of the best people. And obviously you increase their the recognition that that these people get and I get so mad because they had the rock and Roll Hall of fame, which I don't watch because John Winter so political and I get so mad every time it comes up every now and then they'll get an inductive. Right. But I keep thinking I never will never understand why you have already not been in there. And why some of the other artists that are nominated to go in and get inducted why they are inducted before you just kind of blows my mind because you have really honed particular style of of guitar sound, and especially now with rock isn't isn't perceived the same anymore. I think by the masses, don't you don't you kind of get that too. And I was looking at some of the people who are inducted in the rock and Roll Hall of fame like how was that rock? You know, I think I think you do get it. It's just that. We floor brow went radiantly when we see political correctness and dishonesty and fake news. And I think it's important the real rock and Roll Hall of fame. And so many of the unbelievably gifted artists are in there, and they should be starting right with the founding fathers how wolf in the muddy waters and leave ochre going right to bury Dylan Little, Richard Jerry Lee Lewis. My God does that.

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"richard james brown" Discussed on KHVH 830AM

KHVH 830AM

10:24 min | 2 years ago

"richard james brown" Discussed on KHVH 830AM

"Hall of fame. And I was so so proud as you saw in the clip, I was I was always crashing personals. I was I was always tagging along always with my brothers. And as the youngest in the family, I was determined to make it on my own. I wanted to stand on my old to fan. But but never in a million years. Did I expect to follow in their footsteps? Tonight. Your baby sister. Place. He made it for sure. Janet Jackson into the hall of fame. You know, it was kind of cool though. And seeing the the ceremony was Stevie nicks got in and Stevie nicks teamed up with Don Henley again to do leather and lace. Roxy music and Radiohead also inducted into rock and Roll Hall of fame, and I always want I mean, and how going on thirty plus years of doing these induction ceremonies so many good performances that you can't get anywhere. Some of you can get on YouTube. But a lot of them are rights protected, especially early ones the performances that William the jam sessions that used to be in the late eighties were all these different stars. Everybody from Chuck Berry Little Richard James Brown to Mick Jagger to to. I mean, just all these legends getting together and the only place you can see them is. If you go to the rock and Roll Hall of fame in Cleveland because they can play them in the museum, but they can't release them because they don't have the rights to release that stuff because of the artists involved. So hopefully, someday the rights will get clear for that. So because that's good stuff right there. So rock and Roll Hall of fame induction ceremony. Aired last night and always good to see these performers being able to get up and perform. Their songs, you know, as they did or at least a a reasonable facsimile thereof. Sounds like Stevie nicks. Still sounds pretty good. It's NewsRadio eight thirty eight thirteen. I'm Chad Matthews in for Rick. And Scotty today, I'm fascinated by this. We mentioned the story earlier today. Your rush and Sean talking about Hillsdale College. You really hear them talking about the the the head of hillsdale car college colleges guided by the name of Larry Arnn, how he's directed Hillsdale College over the years and made it, you know, certainly something that they can personally endorse for those seeking to go to a conservative constitutionally based college, and that is one of the hallmarks and the foundations of what Hillsdale College does hillsdale's. I it's in Michigan. It's it's about one hundred miles west of Detroit of I it's it's in hillsdale county. It's a it's a rural county surrounded. I mean, I'm I'm not from there. But I know the area pretty well from growing up in Ohio and traveling up north to Detroit and the the the foothills of Michigan to go to the Michigan and national speedway to watch races hillsdale's a little bit farther than that. But still a rural community. And Hillsdale College there. I don't know. If you saw this pet say Jack pet say, Jack, no kidding. Is going to be the president the chairman of Hillsdale College, not the president the president remains Larry Arnn. But the chairman he'll be the chairman of the board of trustees at Hillsdale College. The Detroit Free Press reporting this yesterday, Jack, the newspaper says has a brilliant mind, a sound knowledge of the school as quotes from the boards of trust to the board of trustees their pets Ajax says he wants to improve on school renovations academic standards and outreach will the outreach part. I mean, they're pretty good right now getting those those national endorsements from national host, but for a tiny, and Hillsdale College is it's it's a small school a small liberal small liberal arts school in Michigan and pudding. Patsy jack. As chairman, that's gotta be that's gotta be helpful for at least fundraising part because you want somebody that's visible in the public eye all the time. But I I I didn't know that Pat was interested in that kind of work who who knew who knew. So that's why the the story kind of had to do a double take on it. And. Pets Jack what? But yeah, he can do more than than, you know, say give me any s Sherri. How are you? You know, coming to us from Omaha Nebraska, Sherry good to see here. He can do more than that. I'm sure he can do more than that. It's just just kind of little. No, say odd. But it was not the story. Let's put it wasn't the story that I was expecting to see yesterday radio thirty cage. Vhf eight sixteen headline in the star advertiser this morning will salts be banned. Hawaiian sea salt. This is due federal regulations. Apparently, the star advertiser has this as its cover story right now in the online edition, but you can find in the print addition as well. Good work here. Apparently, technically these salts are illegal to sell under federal law. According to the article of says that local manufacturers of red and black Hawaiian sea salt, which which gopher I mean, you know, regular salt is cheap and get, you know, couple pounds of it for under a buck. Or maybe a buck fifty you know, these these special salts especially the ones that have the colors to them. Get a little pricey. I do I am partial to the pink salts or any of the salts that have extra minerals in them. Never forget feeling like the biggest idiot. So I. I don't know if I if I told the story before, but. I there's a special type of salt that the athletes by think, I don't know what it's called. It's base salt base salt. Okay. And you're supposed to have this. You can take a little bit of it as you're doing these extreme things like running a marathon or doing a triathlon. And it's this pinkish sort salt and comes in this canister, and it's a tiny little canister. It's not really that big think maybe twice the size of caviar canister. And you know, you you're supposed to take if you're Nathlie to keep your salts up because you're Celts all wacky. Then you're going to either hit a wall or actually collapse. You need your saw. That's why you drink Gatorade. And those long distance races. Whatever anyway. Family member doing this stuff and buys this stuff and based salt. Okay. Okay. Fine has an I'm reading the stuff on and based salt has eighty four minerals. I think that was the number eighty four minerals that help your body recover as you're doing all these extreme. Okay. Well, eighty four minutes, special salt. I mean, it's better than tables. Okay. I'll buy that. It's better than table. Saw by that. It's better than so fine. Fine. Okay. Anything to help the performance better basil, and then I'm going through Ross's one day. And I and I'm like, well, I wanna get some special only gets some of this, you know, this colored salt because it makes the dishes, look different everything and I see Hawaii or Himalayan pink salt, Himalayan salt. It's it's and it's also a pinkish color, and I'm reading. I'm reading the bag and again that number pops up. Has eighty four minerals in it. Eighty four minerals said that table salt doesn't have I'm thinking to myself. Wait a second. I just spent twenty one bucks on this little tiny canister of base salt prepared for athletes. Comes little tiny scooper. In the meantime. This Hawaiian saw wind Himalayan salt at Ross's for like a pound of it has like two ninety nine a Bank. Okay. That's what you just got to say. Okay. You got me sheriff, you got me spent ten times what I should have on the stupid stuff. But that was that was it. Well, I'm sure that the red and black salts that. You get locally are mineral filled as well. The manufacturer. So are trying to get assistance from state lawmakers for certifying the salts are safe to make them legal under food and Drug administration regulations. Lawmakers considering paying four partially paying for scientific studies to make sure that the elements that give the salts. They're black red colors. That they're safe food additives after decades of use this is not going to be easy..

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"richard james brown" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

02:06 min | 2 years ago

"richard james brown" Discussed on KTOK

"Oh, my life is not off the beaten path and not just the road less traveled by venture is unrolled. None travel. So I've always been grossly outrageously wonderfully effervescent uninhibited, and my personal pursuit of the American soundtrack. I feel like I got Bo Diddley during a Little Richard James Brown at my side twenty four seven but the twenty year old Ted Nugent. I mean member I floundered out of the American anti education system. So I was clueless two constitutions and Bill of rights and declarations of independence and the time death March or anything else that went on in history that literally formulated this experiment in self government. And how we the people have an absolute, moral, spiritual, intellectual obligation to remain engaged. So even though the twenty year old Ted Nugent was creating the ultimate American dream soundtrack. I was clueless as to my responsibilities as an American, but I have caught up with that in the most important thing. Is it my drummer the great chasing heartless from Detroit. Or maybe it was Greg Smith, the world's greatest bass player, we're rehearsing for the tour, and they said, you know, if the twenty year old Ted Nugent showed up you would kick his. So I'd like to think that my love and patriotism and craving for independence in my individualism in my God, given individual rights guaranteed by the constitution, the Bill of rights those drive. My passion every day, and it's more fiery than ever kinda like yours. Joe does the new music and the and the tour is the music made me do it again. You gotta go get everything. Ted does at Ted Nugent on all the social media Instagram is at at Ted Nugent official. I believe to make sure you go there and check it out. Ted Nugent dot com. Read his columns get his music, if he's in town, make sure you go and see it. You know, the reason I ask is because in my career, and you watched it for twenty years now. And you've actually been a great help to me in my career. People have looked in the face and said, that's not gonna work. You're not gonna make it has it did anybody ever tell Ted Nugent that clarity forty fifty years ago. Oh my goodness. I think.

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"richard james brown" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

News Talk 1130 WISN

11:31 min | 2 years ago

"richard james brown" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

"This Joe I have the data to believe that guitar players qualify as we the people. So I raise constitutional hell with my elected employee's, reminding them that they're not the elected officials. I'm the electing elected employees. Now, get the damn work. Busy everyday living the dream. I love it. I absolutely love it. Now, I've gotta go off the beaten path because you said something that made me think. Well, wait a second did twenty year old. Ted Nugent think all this was going to happen. No. The twenty year old Ted Newton was you know, one with his guitar and pursuing life liberty and the pursuit of female happiness. Which by the way, I think it's important to know. Can you ask that important question? Life is not off the beaten path and not just the road less traveled by venture is unrolled non travel. So I've always been grossly outrageously wonderfully effervescent uninhibited and my pursuit of the American soundtrack. I feel like that. Bo Diddley Chuck during a Little Richard James Brown at my side twenty four seven, but the twenty year old Ted Nugent, I remember I floundered out of the American anti education system. So I was clueless to constitute and Bill of rights declarations of independence, and the time death March or anything else that went on history that literally formulated this experiment self-government and how we the people have an absolute, moral, spiritual, intellectual obligation to remain engaged. So even though the twenty year old Ted Nugent was creating the ultimate American dream soundtrack clueless as to my responsibilities as an American, but I have caught up. With that in most important thing is it my drummer the great chase heartless from Detroit. Or maybe it was Greg Smith, the world's is based Blair. We're rehearsing for the tour, and they said, you know, if the twenty year old Ted Nugent showed up would kick his ass. So I'd like to think that my love and patriotism, and creating for independence, and my individualism in my God, given individual rights guaranteed by the constitution, the Bill of rights those drive. My passion every day, and it's more fiery than ever kinda like yours. Joe the new music and the and the tour is music made me do it again. You gotta go get everything. Ted does at Ted Nugent on all the social media Instagram at Ted Nugent official. I believe to make sure you go there and check it out. Ted Nugent dot com. Read his columns get his music, if he's in town, make sure you go and see the reason I ask is because in my career, and you watched it for twenty years now. And you've actually been a great help to me in my career. People have looked in the face and said, that's not gonna work. You're not gonna make it has it did anybody ever tell Ted Nugent that Corey forty fifty years ago. Oh my goodness. You think? I was the only non dopey abusing substance stumbling puking gagging. Dine the rock and roll industry. The only guy it was clean and sober. Because I was a hunter I was raised the hunter. And if you don't optimize your level of awareness in your accountability of every step in life. Both literally and figuratively. You're gonna end up buying chicken. You're not gonna kill Dr custody narrow so I've always been clean and sober. So I was really really extrordinary shall we say? And in unlike anybody else in the industry, and you know, there was a lot of hate towards me because I'm anti substance abuse. And I happened to carry a gun because I believe in self defense that I eat venison because way before organic became cool. I already figured out the purity of free rein deer meat was good for you. But anyhow. Yeah. I was constantly told back in the seventies. After the duke's had our string of hits. And I'm on the road constantly three hundred fifty days a year and the industry said, well, you know, we hear these songs stranglehold song and this great white buffalo song. But I don't think that's hip and people don't want guitar solos three piece band anymore. Well, that's what the song stranglehold is about. It's about standing up for what you believe in. If a house gets in my way out burn it down you have to pursue your individual dreams, hence, life, liberty and pursuit of happiness. Yeah. I've had a buck. The odds, I think again, what doesn't kill you make stronger and stronger every day, Ted Nugent rock and roll legend. Of course, the father of the year is several number one bestselling books for the New York Times list. It's amazing that I've read the book. So I know I know that it's not because you're an incredible writer, also Ted Nugent dot com. Sign up all the social media and everything I got a switch the guns. We're talking guns. You know, a little while ago, you carry one you carried one when you're young you. You weren't in the in crowd and the rock and roll scene in this day and age we've got a harder push that I think we've ever seen in this country to to get socialism. Socialism usually starts Ted with unarmed. Disarming the public if you disarm the public don't worry, we'll take care of you. Then it's easier, of course to control enroll the public. We saw the shooting the desperately disgusting massacre in New Zealand that shouldn't have happened had. They had armed security maybe wouldn't have happened. But the the immediate knee-jerk reaction there was ban all of these weapons every one of the weapons of this guy us every firearm can no longer be in this country period and stories if the bad guys to listen Bernie Sanders, immediately put out a statement, we need to do what New Zealand did it's not gonna stop as well again. I whenever we talk about the. The glaring self of truth, individual free men and women have the right can keep N bear arms. Everytime. We talk about this this historical quagmire, I have to repeat that unarmed and helpless is unarmed and helpless, I studied in detail painfully I might add all these horrific mass, lawyers, and we all know everybody knows Joe included new-zealand that every one of the massive slaughters occurred in gun free zones. Now, take a deep breath. Whether you're talking luby's cafeteria or or new-zealand or sandy hook or the Aurora theater or. Columbine Virginia Tech parkland. The slaughters occur in gun free zones. Think about it. Joe that Democrats three the the rotten soul is people like Bernie Sanders, they actually want more gun free zones. Which means they are on the side of the murderer. You gotta be kidding me. It's completely nuts. And then you've got the radical left like Rosie O'Donnell's is is surrounded by armed personnel. All the time, but she's anti-gun Michael Bloomberg surrounded by seven guys with with multiple magazines that have capacities up to fifteen. They're allowed to have armed security. The capital has armed security. The president has armed security yet. Those who want us to not be armed and not have that same security are perfectly protected. I mean, how can they not see their own hypocrisy or do? They just think we're dumb. Well, they they don't think we're too dumb. They know that the Democrats represent the dumbest people in the world. I mean again what? What kind? It can't be ignorance. That what's more gun-free zones? That's not ignorant. That's really dangerous dumb. How about the every one of the Democrats policies? They don't believe in securing the borders of America. That's not ignorant. That's dumb. They believe that. You don't have to be an American to vote in America. That's not ignorant that dangerously dumb everything. The Democrats stand for it could be written off hypocrisy because they don't they tell us do as we say not as we do. Well, there's still a whole bunch of us that are independents and Republicans that are smart enough to know that the king and the emperor and the tyrant and the despot and the Democrats cannot force free men and women into unarmed. Helplessness and Bernie might want to write that down. Ted Nugent, go to ten dot com. Follow him at Ted Nugent, just about everywhere on Instagram. At Ted Nugent official. What what's what's interesting to me? Is that you're exactly right this? They know what they're doing. But the electorate seems to just follow along if they're happened to be on the left hand side. Do you sit back and watch this infighting, though, you've got twenty different candidates now they're all arguing with each other than putting the most like it's a competition. It's you could be more progressive and more radical, isn't that gonna push more people like you and me to go and vote. So you know, we proved it in twenty six young in the pivotal states electing the greatest president for the greatest nation at the greatest most important time in November of twenty sixteen. It was the licensed hunters people who believed in the second amendment my friends in the unions back in the UAW and the Teamsters who finally they finally when against the status quo and finally got rid of the worst curse in American can possibly have in that as apathy in Wisconsin. Michigan Pennsylvania, literally went to the polls because they saw how insane criminal dangerous and anti-american Hillary Clinton was an all of her deep state criminal cronies, and they finally went dear God in heaven. We have to stand up for a guy who is not traditionally presidential because all the traditionally presidential guys ruined everything. And I gotta tell you. I'm getting ready for the greatest of my life. And I'm having a great great time every day with God. God family and country. But I'm gonna kill you. I am on a crusade to wake up the hardworking families that don't vote. And then if they don't vote ale see and Nancy Pelosi and all these left wing, America hating freedom. Hating freaks will win. And we can't let that happen. So I, you know, Joe if there was a charity, I could donate to to keep AO see and Nancy Pelosi talking. I'd give them a lot of money because every time they open their mouth. It is so offensive. It is so illogical so anti truth anti logic, anti commonsense that they may be the ultimate gift just like Hillary Clinton was he and her evil compatriots. They woke up sleeping America. So it please study the the stats statistics that details at gun owners of America and the National Rifle Association. Thanks to everybody on my Facebook. Joe talking about truth logic. Common sense. But all the details about New Zealand at all these mass shootings are glaring an inescapable, and you are just brain dead. So if we don't vote trumping twenty twenty we will be a suburb of Venezuela. It's ten Nugent on Facebook ten Nugent on Twitter. Ted Nugent official Instagram. Ted Nugent dot com. Go read all his articles Guinness music, the music made me do it again as the tour, and I've heard the music we played it here on this program. It's unbelievable. It's it's better than it was thirty and forty years ago, and it's hard to do one last thing tenant and always appreciate the time collusion obstruction. Nope. Two years. Millions of dollars in.

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"richard james brown" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

11:44 min | 2 years ago

"richard james brown" Discussed on WTVN

"The greatest rock and roll tour of my life. I'm surrounded by the greatest virtuosos, and we have them musician. God's at a guy could ever dream of collaborating with and we pursue it. Every day know, I'm involved with politics. This Joe I have the audacity to believe that guitar players qualify as we the people who I raised constitutional hell with my elected employees, reminding them that they're not the elected officials. I'm the electing officials there. My elected employees now get the damn work. Busy everyday living the dream. I love it. I absolutely love it. Now. I gotta go off the beaten path because you said something that made me think wait a second. Did did twenty year old. Ted Nugent think all this was going to happen. No. The twenty year old kid Newton was you know, one with his guitar and pursuing life liberty and the pursuit of female happiness. By the way, I think it's important to know. Can you ask that question beaten path? My life is not off the beaten path and not just the road less traveled by venture is unrolled. None travel. So I've always been grossly outrageously wonderfully effort, Thessaly uninhibited, and my personal pursuit of the American soundtrack. Right. I feel like I got Bo Diddley during a Little Richard James Brown at my side twenty four seven, but the twenty year old Ted Nugent, remember, I floundered out of the American anti education system. So I was clueless to constitute and Bill of rights and declarations of independence and the time death March or anything else that went on in history that literally formulated this experiment in self government. And how we the people have an absolute, moral, spiritual, intellectual obligation to remain in gauge. So even though the twenty year old Ted Newton was creating the ultimate American dream soundtrack. I was clueless as to my responsibilities as an American, but I have caught up with that in most. Important thing is that my drummer the great Jason partners from Detroit or maybe it was Greg Smith, the world's greatest bass player, we're rehearsing for the tour, and they said, you know, the twenty year old Ted Nugent showed up you would kick his ass. So I'd like to think that my love and patriotism and craving for independence in my individualism in my God, given individual rights guaranteed by the constitution, the Bill of rights those drive. My passion every day, and it's more fiery than ever kinda like yours. Joe the new music and the and the tour is the music made me do it. Again, you got to go and get everything Ted does at Ted Nugent on all the social media Instagram is at at Ted Nugent official. I believe make sure you go there and check it out. Ted Nugent dot com. Read his columns get his music, if he's in town, make sure you go and see it. You know, the reason I ask is because in my career, and you watched it for twenty years now. And you've actually been a great help to me in my career. People have looked in the face and said, that's not gonna work. You're not gonna make it has it did anybody ever tell Ted Nugent that thirty forty fifty years ago. Oh my goodness. You think? I was the only non dopey abusing substance abusing, stumbling puking gagging. Dine Idi the rock and roll industry. He's the only guy that was clean and sober. Because I was a hunter I was raised with the hunter. And if you don't optimize your level of awareness in your accountability of every step in life. Both literally and figuratively. You're gonna end up buying chicken. You're not gonna kill much fussy bone marrow. So I've always been clean and sober. So I was really a really extrordinary shall we say? And in unlike anybody else in the industry, and you know, there was a lot of hate towards me because I'm anti substance abuse. And I happen to carry a gun because I believe in self defense. I eat venison because way before organic became cool. I already figured out the purity of free rein deer meat was good for you. But anyhow, yeah. I was constantly told back in the seventies. After the dukes had a string of hits. And I'm on the road constantly three hundred and fifty days a year and. The industry said, well, you know, we hear these songs stranglehold song and this great white buffalo song. But I don't think that's hip and people don't want guitar solos and a three piece band anymore. Well, that's what the song stranglehold is about. It's about standing up for what you believe in. If a house gets in my way, I'll burn it down. You have to pursue your individual dreams, hence, life, liberty and pursuit of happiness. So yeah, I've had a buck the odds, and I think again, what doesn't kill you stronger and stronger every day, and it's Ted Nugent rock and roll legend. Of course, the father of the year each several number one bestselling books for the New York Times list. It's amazing. I've read the book. So I know I know that it's not well because you're an incredible writer, also Ted Nugent dot com. Sign up for all the social media and everything I got a switch the guns. We're talking guns. You know, a little while ago, you carry one you carried when when you were young you you weren't in the in crowd and the rock and roll scene in this day and age we've got a harder push that I think we've ever seen in this country to to get socialism. Socialism usually starts Ted with unarmed. Disarming the public if you disarm the public don't worry, we'll take care of you. Then it's easier, of course to control enroll the public. We saw the shooting the desperately disgusting massacre in New Zealand that shouldn't have happened had. They had armed security. Maybe it wouldn't have happened. But the the immediate knee-jerk reaction, there was ban all of these weapons every one of the weapons of this guy used every firearm can no longer be in this country period and of stories if the bad guys are gonna listen Bernie Sanders immediately put out a statement, we need to do what New Zealand did it's not gonna stop visit Ted. Well, again, I whenever we talk about the. The glaring self evident truth, individual free, men and women have the right can keep and bear arms. Every time. We talk about this is historical quagmire. I have to repeat that unarmed and helpless is unarmed and helpless, I have studied in detail painfully I might add all these horrific mass lotteries, and we all know everybody knows Joe included new-zealand that every one of the massive slaughters occurred in gun free zones. Now, take a deep breath. Whether you're talking luby's cafeteria or or did new-zealand or sandy hook or the Aurora theater or. Columbine Virginia Tech parkland. The slaughters occur in gun free zones. Think about it shows the Democrats deflects the the Rutten Solis people like Bernie Sanders, they actually want more gun free zones. Which means they are on the side up the murderers. You gotta be kidding me. I it's it's completely nuts. And then you've got the radical left like Rosie O'Donnell is is is surrounded by armed personnel. All the time, but she's anti-gun Michael Bloomberg surrounded by seven guys with with multiple magazines that have capacities up to fifteen. They're allowed to have armed security. The capital has armed security. The president has armed security yet. Those who want us to not be armed and not have that same security are perfectly protected Ted. I mean, how can they not see their own hypocrisy or do they and they just think we're dumb? Well, they they don't think we're too dumb. They know that the Democrats represent the dumbest people in the world. I mean again what? What kind? It can't be ignorance. That watch more gun-free zones. That's not ignorant. That's really dangerous dumb about the every one of the Democrats policies. They don't believe in securing the borders of America. That's not ignorant. That's dumb. They believe that you don't have to be an American to vote in America. That's not ignorant that dangerously dumb everything. The Democrats stand for could be written opposite poxy because they don't they tell us do as we say not as we do. Right. Well, there's still a whole bunch of us that are independents and Republicans that are smart enough to know that the king and the emperor and the tyrant and the despot and the Democrats cannot force free men and women in two unarmed helplessness and Bernie might want to write that down. Ted Nugent, go to ten Nugent dot com. Follow him at Ted Nugent, just about everywhere on Instagram. At Ted Nugent official, which what's interesting to me is that you're exactly right this. They know what they're doing. But the electorate seems to just follow along if they're if they happen to be on the left hand side. Do you sit back and watch this infighting, though, you've got twenty different candidates now they're all arguing with each other. Then putting up the most they're like, it's a competition. It's you could be more progressive and more radical, isn't that gonna push more people like you and me to go and vote or I hope so you know, we proved it in twenty six young in the pivotal states electing the greatest president for the greatest nation at the greatest most important time in November of two thousand sixteen was the licensed hunters people who believe in the second amendment my friends in the unions back in the UAW and the Teamsters who finally they finally went against the status quo and finally got rid of the worst curse in American can possibly have in. That is apathy in Wisconsin. Michigan Pennsylvania, literally went to the polls because they saw how insane criminals dangerous and anti-american Hillary Clinton was an all for deep state criminal cronies. And they finally went dear God in heaven. We have to stand. Up for a guy who's not traditionally presidential because all the traditionally, presidential guys whirlwind everything. And I gotta tell you. I'm getting ready for the greatest tour my life. And I'm having a great great time every day with God family and country. But I'm gonna kill you. I am on a crusade to wake up the hardworking families that don't vote. And then if they don't vote AO, see and Nancy Pelosi and all these left wing, America hating freedom. Hating freaks will win. And we can't let that happen. So I, you know, Joe if there was a charity, I could donate to to keep AO. See Nancy Pelosi talking. I'd give them a lot of money because every time they open their mouth. It is so offensive. It is so illogical so anti truth, anti logic, anti common sense that they may be the ultimate gift just like Hillary Clinton was he and her able compatriots they won't up sleeping America. So. It. Please study the the stats the statistics that details at gun owners of America and the National Rifle Association. Thanks to everybody on my Facebook. Joe talking about comes logic and common sense. But all the details about New Zealand at all these mass shootings are glaring an inescapable unless you are just brain dead. So if we don't vote Trump in twenty twenty we will be a suburb of Fenice Waila. It's ten Nugent on Facebook. Ted Nugent on on Twitter. Ted Nugent official Instagram. Ted Nugent dot com. Go read all the articles get his music, the music made me do it again is the tour, and I've heard the music we played it here on this program. It's unbelievable. It's it's better than it was thirty and forty years ago, and it's hard to do one last thing and always appreciate the time collusion. Nope, obstruction. Nope. Two years and millions of.

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"richard james brown" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

13:30 min | 2 years ago

"richard james brown" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"Beaten path? My life is not off the beaten path and not just the road less traveled by venture is the unrolled non travel. So I've always been grossly outrageously wonderfully effervescent uninhibited in my pursuit of the American soundtrack. Right. I feel like I've got Bo Diddley Chuck during a Little Richard James Brown at my side twenty four seven, but the twenty year old Ted Nugent, remember, I floundered out of the American anti education system. So I was clueless to constitution's Bill of rights and declarations of independence and the time death March or anything else that went on in history that literally formulated this experiment in self government. And how we the people have an absolute, moral, spiritual, intellectual obligation to remain engaged. So even though the twenty year old Ted Nugent was creating the ultimate American dream soundtrack. I was clueless as to my responsibilities as an American, but I have caught up with that in most. Important thing is that my drummer the great case heartless from Detroit, or maybe it was Greg Smith, the world's greatest bass player, we're rehearsing for the tour, and they said, you know, if the twenty year old Ted Nugent showed up you would kick his ass. So I'd like to think my love and patriotism and creating for independence in my individualism in my God, given individual rights guaranteed by the constitution. Those drive. My passion every day, and it's more fiery than ever kind of like yours. Joe the new music and the and the tour is music made me do it. Again, you got to go and get everything Ted does at Ted Nugent on all the social media Instagram is at at Ted Nugent official. I believe to make sure you go there and check it out. Ted Nugent dot com. Read his columns get his music, if he's in town, make sure you go and see the reason why I ask is because in my career, and you watched it for twenty years now. And you've actually been a great help to me. In my career. People have looked in the face and said, that's not gonna work. You're not gonna make it has. It did anybody ever tell Ted Nugent bet forty fifty years ago. Oh my goodness. You think I was the only non dopey abusing substance abusing, stumbling puking gagging. Dine the rock and roll industry. Right. That was the only guy that was clean and sober. Because I was a hunter I was raised the hunter. And if you don't optimize your level of awareness in your accountability of every step in life. Both literally and figuratively. You're gonna end up buying chicken. You're not gonna kill. Era. So I've always been clean and sober. So I was really a really extraordinary show we say and in unlike anybody else in the industry, and you know, there was a lot of hate towards me because I'm anti substance abuse. And I happened to carry a gun because I believe in self defense. I eat Denison because way before organic became cool. I already figured out the purity of free rein deer meat was good for you. But anyhow, yeah. I was constantly told back in the seventies. After the duke's had a string of hits. And I'm on the road constantly three hundred and fifty days a year in the industry said, well, you know, we hear these songs this stranglehold song and this great white buffalo song. But I don't think that's hip and people don't want guitar solos and a three piece band anymore. Well, that's what the song stranglehold is about. It's about standing up for what you believe in. If a house gets in my way out burn it down you have to pursue your individual dreams and slightly liberty and pursuit of happiness. So yeah, I had a buck the odds, and I think again, what doesn't kill you stronger and stronger every day, and it's Ted Nugent rock and roll legend. Of course, the father of the year each several number one bestselling books for the New York Times list. It's amazing. I've read the book. So I know I know that it's not well because you're an incredible writer, also go to dot com. Sign up for all the social media and everything I got a switch to guns. We're talking guns. You know, a little while ago, you carry one you carried one when you were young you you weren't in the in crowd and the rock and roll scene in this day and age we've got a harder push that I think we've ever seen in this country to to get socialism. Socialism usually starts Ted with unarmed. Disarming the public if you disarm the public don't worry, we'll take care of you. Then it's easier, of course to control enroll the public. We saw the shooting the desperately disgusting massacre in New Zealand that shouldn't have happened had. They had our security maybe it wouldn't have happened. But the the immediate knee-jerk reaction there was ban all of these weapons every one of the weapons of this guy used every firearm can no longer be in this country period and of stories if the bad guys are gonna listen Bernie Sanders immediately put out a statement, we need to do what New Zealand did it's not gonna stop as well again whenever we talk about the. The glaring self evident truth, individual free, men and women have the right can keep and bear arms. Every time. We talk about this is historical quagmire. I have to repeat that unarmed and helpless is unarmed and helpless, I have studied in detail painfully I might add all these horrific mass, lawyers, and we all know everybody knows Joe included new-zealand that every one of the mass slaughters occurred in gun free zones. I'll take a deep breath. Whether you're talking luby's cafeteria or or New Zealand or sandy hook or the Aurora theater or. Columbine Virginia Tech parkland. Slaughters occur in gun free zones. Think about it. The Democrats three. The the rotten soul is people like Bernie Sanders, they actually want more gun free zones. Which means they are on the side up the murderers. You gotta be kidding me. I it's it's completely nuts. And then you've got the radical left like Rosie O'Donnell's is is surrounded by armed personnel. All the time, but she's anti-gun Michael Bloomberg surrounded by seven guys with with multiple magazines that have capacities up to fifteen. They're allowed to have armed security. The capital has armed security. The president has armed security yet. Those who want us to not be armed and not have that same security are perfectly protected Ted. I mean, how can they not see their own hypocrisy or do? They just think we're too dumb. Well, they they don't think we're too dumb. They know that the Democrats represent the people in the world. I mean, again what what kind it can't be ign-. Difference that watch more gun free zones. That's not ignorant. That's really dangerous dumb about the every one of the Democrats policies. They don't believe in securing the borders of America. That's not ignorant. That's dumb. They believe that you don't have to be an American to vote in America. That's not ignorant that dangerously dumb everything. The Democrats stand for could be written office hypocrisy because they don't they tell us do as we say not as we do. Right. Well, there's still a whole bunch of us that are independents and Republicans that are smart enough to know that the king and the emperor and the tyrant and the despot and the Democrats cannot force free men and women into unarmed. Helplessness and Bernie might want to write that down. Ted Nugent, go to ten dot com. Follow him at Ted Nugent, just about everywhere. On instagram. It's at Ted Nugent official, which what's interesting to me is that you're exactly right this. They know what they're doing. But the electorate seems to just follow along if they happen to be on the left hand side. Do you sit back and watch this infighting, though, you've got twenty different candidates now they're all arguing with each other. Then the putting out the most like it's a competition. It's you could be more progressive and more radical, isn't that gonna push more people like you and me to go and vote. I hope so you know, we proved it in twenty six in the pivotal states electing the greatest president for the greatest nation at the greatest most important time in November of two thousand sixteen was the licensed hunters people who believe in the second amendment my friends in the unions back in the UAW and the Teamsters who finally they finally win against the status quo. And finally got rid of the worst curse at American can possibly happen that as apathy in Wisconsin, Michigan Pennsylvania, literally went to the polls because they saw how insane criminal dangerous and anti-american Hillary Clinton was an all of her deep state criminal cronies. And they finally went here. God in heaven. We have to stand up for a guy who's not traditionally presidential because all the traditionally presidential guys whirlwind everything. And I gotta tell you. I'm getting ready for the greatest of my life. And I'm having a great great time every day with God. Family and country. But I'm gonna kill you. I am on a crusade to wake up the hardworking families that don't vote and that if they don't vote ale see and Nancy Pelosi and all these left wing, America hating freedom. Hating freaks will win. And we can't let that happen. So I, you know, Joe if there was a charity, I could donate to to keep a oh and Nancy Pelosi talking. I'd give them a lot of money because if he kind the open their mouth, it is so offensive so illogical so anti truth, anti logic, anti common sense that they may be the ultimate gift just like Hillary Clinton was and her eagle compatriots they won't up sleeping America. So it please study the this statue the statistics that details at gun owners of America and the National Rifle Association. Thanks to everybody on my Facebook. Joe talking about comes logic. Commonsense. But all the details about New Zealand at all these mass shootings are glaring an inescapable and less. You are just brain dead. So if we don't vote Trump in twenty twenty we will be a suburb of Venezuela. It's ten new on Facebook. Ted Nugent on on Twitter. Ted Nugent official Instagram. Ted Nugent dot com. Go read all articles, get his music, the music made me do it again is the tour, and I've heard the music we played it here on this program. It's unbelievable. It's it's better than it was thirty and forty years ago, and it's hard to do one last thing. Ten and always appreciate the time collusion. Nope. Obstruction? Nope. Two years millions of dollars and thousands of man hours spent to prove that what we knew didn't happen didn't happen. The left is still in denial. But in your your most private moments, were you ever worried that he was going to be found guilty of something it might private moments. I was not when I watched when I dared to peek into the proper. Ganda ministry on the left ABC NBC ABC CNN. I mean, those people might couldn't it's almost like a freakshow time you bumped into those maniacs in my private moments. I have faith. I I don't just look to the heavens and call upon the spirit of Little Richard musical influences. But I look to God. And I know that this experiment self-government was based on divine intervention to get away from kings and the rights slaughter of the powerful over the subjects. And I know that America is the only great place in the world. Which is why everybody wants to come here. But we've gotta keep America based on the constitution. The Bill of rights the ten commandments that golden rule the declaration of independence. We have to keep it like that. Even though the invaders insanely wanna come to this great place, and then turn it into the hell hole that they escape from. I mean, my brain doesn't know what to do with this information. Same thing with the Muller report. We all resisted that there might have. Have been a deep state terrorist criminal organization within our own government. Now, everybody knows there is that the DO Jay is the department of injustice that James call me was an illegitimate son of J, Edgar Hoover and the power of the corruption the criminality and our government is so heartbreaking. Let me define it. I salute a lot of flag-draped coffins Joe of military heroes who gave their lives for their oath to the constitution while the democrat party and the department of Justice and the heads of the FBI not that good warriors on the street. But those those those punks at the top they are desecrating, and they are giving the finger to those flag-draped coffins died for the constitution of we the people better, hold our elected employees to the constitutional accountability that these heroes died for and that's I could not agree. More tended to interview goes on a lot long. Where we played it during the week on my show live, and you can go to my website joepags dot com in here. Even more gotta hit a break here on the weekends. They're right here. Depend on NewsRadio. Eight forty new H A S. Message and data rates may apply..

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"richard james brown" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

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"richard james brown" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Ever dream of collaborating with and we pursue it every day. You know, I'm involved with politics. This. I have the audacity to believe that guitar players qualify as we the people. So I raise constitutional hell with my elected employees, reminding them that they are not the elected officials. I'm the electing elected employees. Now, get the damn work. Busy everyday living the dream. I love it. I absolutely love it. Now. I've got to go off the beaten path because you said something that made me think wait a second did twenty year old. Ted Nugent think all this was going to happen. No, the twenty year old kid Newton was you know, one with his guitar and pursuing life liberty and the pursuit of female happiness. Which by the way, I think it's important to note important question beaten path. My life is not off the beaten path and not just the road less traveled to venture is unrolled non traveled. So I've always been grossly outrageously wonderfully effervescent uninhibited in my pursuit of American soundtrack. Bo Diddley Chuck Berry Little Richard James Brown at my side twenty four seven, but the twenty year old Ted Newton. I remember I floundered out of the American anti education system. I was clueless two constitutions and Bill of rights and declaration of independence and the time death March or anything else that went on history that literally formulated this experiment in self government. And how we the people have an absolute, moral, spiritual, intellectual obligation to remain engaged. So even though the twenty year old Ted Nugent was creating the ultimate American dream soundtrack. I was clueless as to my responsibilities as an American, but I have caught up with that. The most important thing is that my drummer degrade chasing heartlessly. Detroit's or maybe it was Greg Smith, the world's greatest bass player, we're rehearsing for the tour, and they said, you know, if the twenty year old Ted Nugent showed up you would kick his. I'd like to think that my love and patriotism, and creating for independence, and my individualism in my God, given individual rights as guaranteed by the constitution. The Bill rates those drive. My passion. Every day. And it's more fiery than ever kind of like yours. Joe Newsweek, and the and the tour is the music made me do it again. You gotta go and get everything Ted does at Ted Nugent on all the social media Instagram is at at Ted Nugent official. I believe so make sure you go there and check it out. Ted Nugent dot com. Read his columns get his music, if he's in town, make sure you go and see, you know, the reason why I ask is because in my career, and you've watched it for twenty years now when you've actually been a great help to me in my career people have looked me in the face and said, that's not gonna work. You're not gonna make it has it did anybody ever tell Ted Nugent that thirty forty fifty years.

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